From the inventory of a cell by –omics to synthetic biology, from strain development to industrial biotechnological processes including downstream processing
2. revised edition
The Escherichia coli model process described in the recommendation also makes it possible to characterise the biological performance of a system. The standardised process aims to determine the performance of bioreactors, in particular single-use bioreactors, and to evaluate their suitability for microbial applications. Since microbial processes place high demands on the bioreactor system with regard to oxygen transfer, this is of particular importance; another important parameter is heat removal. The associated Excel tool offers the possibility of a standardised evaluation, so that a comparison across bioreactor systems is possible. Calculations, e.g. of the volumetric mass transfer coefficient, will be performed automatically after input of the raw data. Recommendation and Excel tool were developed by the "Single-Use Microbial" working group of DECHEMA's expert group "Single-Use Technology in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing".
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Manufacturing, vectors, applications & regulatory aspects
The upcoming Advances in Chemical Biology conference will feature latest research from all hot topics in chemical biology. Lectures by young researchers and...
The AchemAsia conference focuses on topics that are highly relevant for China’s process industry. Papers can be submitted until 10 January 2019.
The conference is organized by DECHEMA e.V. and supported by the DECHEMA working group Biotechnology Measurement and Control/ Fachgruppe Messen und Regeln in der Biotechnologie and ESBES Section on Modelling, Monitoring, Measurement & Control (M3C).
Young scientists who have made industrially profound contributions to biochemical engineering during their PhD thesis are invited to apply for this prize.
In September 2018, the 3rd European Conference on Natural Products will again feature recent advances in secondary metabolite research. With a special...
Higher international character, clear trends, satisfied exhibitors, but fewer visitors: these arethe keywords to summarize ACHEMA 2018.